Ladino: תהילים או לוס סאלמוס ; טריסלאד'אד'וס דיל לשון הקדש אין לה לינגואה ספרדית Estampado por Ǧ. Griffit אזמירנה (Izmirna) 5613English: Tehilim, or the Psalms, translated from the Holy language [Hebrew] into the Sephardic language Printed by Ǧ. Griffit (1852 or 1853) Text of Psalms in Ladino. Topics: Ladino, Psalms
byDavid A. Wacks, Associate Professor of Spanish, University of Oregon
Ladino (or Judeo-Spanish) is the literary language of the descendents of the Jews expelled from Spain in 1492. Many of us are familiar with the Sephardic song tradition, but there is also a vast literature in Ladino that ranges from medieval religious texts to modern novels. This literature was produced by diverse spectrum of Sephardic communities, from very assimilated converts writing in Italy and Holland who fled Spain to return to Judaism in the 1500s and 1600s, to Ottoman Jews who still... Topics: Ladino, judeo-spanish, sephardic
Aaron Lansky visits with Professor Devin Naar to discuss Ladino, the Judaeo-Spanish language which was developed in parallel with Yiddish. We learn about the origins of the language and Naar's groundbreaking work collecting Ladino books. Episode 085 August, 2014 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: Ladino, Devin Naar, Ladino literature, Aaron Lansky, Tune In!